Clemence Poesy by Eric Guillemain for Vogue Turkey March 2011

Our first look at the March issue of Vogue Turkey features Eric Guillemain’s relaxed portraits of French actress Clemence Poesy. Wearing some of the season’s most stunning dresses styled by fashion editor Konca Aykan, Clemence makes lace and cashmere look like the perfect combination in the captivating series.








20 Responses to “Clemence Poesy by Eric Guillemain for Vogue Turkey March 2011”

  1. missmary Reply

    bland photos and horrible styling. its a shame cause vogue turkey was doing so well : (

    • Anonymous Reply

      They did, until Terry Richardson photographed f*cking Paris Hilton for their cover. Just atrocious.

    • Anonymous Reply

      They did, until Terry Richardson photographed f*cking Paris Hilton for their cover. Just atrocious.

  2. Why did they choose Clemence? She doesn’t look like she knows how to model at all. Is it just because she’s a pretty French It-Girl?

  3. Why did they choose Clemence? She doesn’t look like she knows how to model at all. Is it just because she’s a pretty French It-Girl?

  4. Lauren Helen Reply

    I think Clemence is absolutely beautiful, and although she isn’t really a fantastic model, with better styling and photography this could have been done much more nicely.

    • Anonymous Reply

      More “nicely” would have been like the two hundred shoots she’s already done…My thoughts is that something “different” is happening here. There is also a slight hint about Clémence’s forthcoming movie called “Jeanne Captive”.

  5. On this type of photos. Comments like this just sound like dirty graffitis.

  6. Katharinasc34 Reply

    I agree. it is cool story with a cool girl. I like the settings too.

  7. Katharinasc34 Reply

    I agree. it is cool story with a cool girl. I like the settings too.

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